Outback Brides of Wirralong:Emma
by Kelly Hunter
Home is where you make it.
Lady Emmaline Lewellyn Grayson has never felt at home in her stuffy, aristocratic world. She might look the part of a Lady and play it to perfection, but a wilder world has always beckoned. A world where people say what they mean and keep their promises. A world where, if a man says “I love you,” the next word isn’t “but…”
Liam McNair is a rough and tumble cattleman with a station to run and no time to babysit a fragile English rose. But if Lady Em needs a keeper for the short time she’ll be in Australia, it might as well be him. He’ll show her the Outback, keep her out of trouble, maybe have a little fun and at the end of her stay he’ll gladly wave her on her way.
Three months. Two worlds. One proposal. Decision time.
Number Of Pages: 198
Published: 13th June 2019
This is the Fourth book in the series of The Outback Brides of Wirralong.
This is the story of Emma and Liam, this book was definitely a favourite of mine. This one had me hooked from the very beginning and I did not want it to end.
Kelly has done a marvellous job with this story and has wrapped up this series perfectly.
I thoroughly enjoyed reading this final book in this series, it went out with a bang!!!
This series is so infectious that you are going to want to read them all, including the original Outback Brides series.
About the Author
Accidentally educated in the sciences, Kelly Hunter didn’t think to start writing romances until she was surrounded by the jungles of Malaysia for a year and didn’t have anything to read. Eventually she decided that writing romance suited her far better than throwing sterile screw-worm flies out of airplane windows, and changed careers. Kelly now lives in Australia, surrounded by lush farmland and family, 2 dogs, 3 miniature cows, a miniature pig, a 3-legged cat and a small flock of curious chickens. There are still flies, but their maggots don’t feed on flesh. Bargain. Kelly is a USA Today bestselling author, a three-time Romance Writers of America RITA finalist and loves writing to the short contemporary romance form.
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